At a General Assembly of the state of Connecticut, holden at New-Haven, in said state, on the second Thursday of October, Anno Dom. 1793. [electronic resource] : Whereas by an uncommon concurrence of unexpected events, there are now remaining but two persons in the nomination for representatives of the people of this state, in the Congress of the United States ...

Connecticut. General Assembly.
New-Haven; : Printed by T. and S. Green., [1793]
Early American imprints. First series ; no. 25336.
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United States. Congress. House -- Elections.
Elections -- Connecticut.
Nominations for office -- Connecticut.
Election law -- Connecticut.
Connecticut -- Politics and government -- 1775-1865.
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United States Connecticut New Haven.
Resolution calling for town meetings to produce additional nominations. Signed, on pages 2: A true copy of record, examined by George Wyllys, secretary.
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